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Congratulations John,

I have been following this thread so that I will know what to do when I get to that stage on my rebuild (should I have similar issues).

I got it......lots of oil on sprocket washer, nut and cam threads, then remove ALL the oil from the nut and crowfoot tool and put a cup on to protect your jewels (just for added protection).

This would make sense to eliminate as much friction as possible between the sprocket, washer and nut.
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